Beryl Bryson was born in 1924, in London, England, United Kingdom. She married Alfie Bass in 1946, in London, England, United Kingdom. She died in 2002, in her hometown, at the age of 78. Photos & Memories (0)
- Alfie Bass
About Beryl Lucretia Bryson Beryl left Jamaica for New York on April 15th, 1924 from the port of Kingston, Jamaica aboard the ship 'S.S. Princess May'. She was listed as 'Lady' under the heading 'Calling or occupation' on the passenger list, with a handwritten note stating 'independent means'. She married Eustace Bryson in New York in 1928.
- May 04, 1901
- July 26, 1989 (88)New York, NY, United States
- Mt. Concord, St Catherine Parish, Jamaica
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Beryl Audley Bryden (11 May 1920 – 14 July 1998) was an English jazz singer, who played with Chris Barber and Lonnie Donegan. Ella Fitzgerald once said of Bryden that she was "Britain's queen of the blues".
Margaret Beryl Bryson (26 January 1946 - 16 July 1987) (2 children) Trivia (5) Born to Russian parents who had fled persecution in Russia.
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